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A Nose for Danger
     

A Nose for Danger

by Bob Temple, Steve Harpster (Illustrator)
 

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Explains how Jimmy's allergy helps solve a crime.

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Explains how Jimmy's allergy helps solve a crime.

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Children's Literature
Jimmy Sniffles solves a crime by sneezing. Jimmy is stuck shopping with his mother (boring). He smells some danger and sure enough a bag of rocks lands by his feet. He reluctantly takes the rocks home with him. All over the news there is talk of these gems that look like rocks. Jimmy has no idea his rocks are gems. He also has no idea that the robbers are after him for the rocks. Unmistakably to him, he is in the middle of a huge adventure but thinks his life as boring as doing laundry. In the end, he throws himself at the robbers, knocking them out as well as his sniffles. He has saved the day and does not know why. This graphic novel is colorfully illustrated. The novel is eye catching and fun to read. The artistic details enhance the story's simple plot. A must read for reluctant readers. After the humorous glossary, there are discussion questions, writing prompts, and internet resources for teaching. 2006, Stone Arch Books, Ages 8 to 12.
—Kelly Grebinoski

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598891713
Publisher:
Capstone Press
Publication date:
09/01/2006
Series:
Graphic Sparks Series
Pages:
40
Sales rank:
1,280,112
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
8 - 10 Years

Meet the Author

Bob Temple lives in Rosemount, Minnesota, with his wife and three children. He has written more than thirty books for children. Over the years, he has coached more than twenty kids' soccer, basketball, and baseball teams. He also loves visiting classrooms to talk about his writing.

Steve Harpster has loved to draw funny cartoons, mean monsters, and goofy gadgets since he was able to pick up a pencil. In first grade, he avoided writing assignments by working on the pictures for stories instead. Steve was able to land a job drawing funny pictures for books, and that's really what he's best at. Steve lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his wonderful wife, Karen, and their sheepdog, Doodle.

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